Hotel Hacienda Plaza De Armas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... well fed and ply you with drinks. They also included a lesson in how to make the national drink - Pisco sour. The train passes through some very scenic country. The farmers mostly all wear traditional outfits and there are many llamas and/or alpacas. The train stops for 10 minutes at La Raya which is the highest point the train travels through, it is 4319 metres above sea level. The locals were all waiting or us with their ...
... sent pumas up from the ground to battle the people. The sky turned grey and cried, hence the name. If you turn the map of the lake upside down it looks like a puma catching a rabbit! <br style="line-height: 20px; margin: 0px; padding: 0px; font-family: Tahoma;">Trout, sardines catfish, frogs, herons, flamingos live in or on the lake.<br style="line-height: 20px; margin: 0px; padding: 0px; font-family: Tahoma;">Then we learnt the ...
... with in a 10 block area). A two day strike meant 2 days to kill which I must say we have done successfully; a few trips to some cafes, pizzerias, stores, and writing this blog, and 2 days is gone before you know it.
Now you may have noticed me switching back and forth from talking in the past and present tense (or hopefully you didn't and are not being critical of my writing, thank you for that) well that is not a mistake, rather than wait ...
... collection of communities who live on man made reed islands. They have to be seen to be believed. The people were retry warm and welcoming. Felt very privileged to see this as the communities are fast reducing in size and I suspect they won't exist in 10-20years. We had a lovely boat ride on a boat made entirely from reeds, ate some fried quinoa bread and then headed to Amantani, one of the lakes biggest natural islands. There are 10 communities ...
... rubbish materials everywhere - this is similiar in fact to the suburbs of Cusco as well. No wonder the country is so poor - basically the entire country is a rubbish dump.
The significance of Lake Titicaca is that it is the highest lake in the world. You tend not to think too much about this, as up close it looks like any other lake, albeit a long one - about 180k long. However, think - one little outlet somewhere on the side means no lake any more.